What began as a set of resources covering the events of 9-11, has grown into a massive section devoted to the United States military, the war in Iraq, and a record of our nation's living history. Also, be sure to visit the other pages on this site for LOTS of great information.
Colors and Shapes are Building Blocks of Cognitive Development | Scholastic.com - Have you ever wondered why most early childhood programs teach children their colors and shapes early in the year? Why not letters and numbers? Why not cats and dogs? It's because color and shape are two very noticeable attributes of the world around us.
Exploring the Rainforest by Laura Candler. Take your students on a safari through the tropical rain forest. Includes 36 cooperative, multiple intelligences activities to explore the rain forest, and sing tropical tunes, write letters to conservation agencies, map the rain forests of the world, learn about the rain forest products, medical mysteries, amazing animals, jungle secrets, layers of life and much more. Loaded with reproducibles. 216 pages. $